Homeland security information technology | Stark State College - North Canton, Ohio
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Homeland security information technology

Get the low down on the history, legal guidelines and lessons learned in terrorism and counter-terrorism investigation in the U.S. You’ll learn about different types of intelligence-gathering methods and how to use basic analytic tools to generate ideas, organize information and make predictions using structured analysis techniques.

Work in many areas, including
(may include, but not limited to):

  • private business and industry
  • criminal justice agencies
  • federal, state or local intelligence

Prepare for a career as a
(may include, but not limited to):

  • entry-level business intelligence analyst
  • entry-level criminal intelligence analyst
  • entry-level homeland security analyst
  • entry-level foreign intelligence analyst
  • Associate of science in homeland security information technology

Student organizations

  • InfraGard Northern Ohio Chapter, student membership in conjunction with the SSC High Technology Crime Investigation Association
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